Foundations Entertainment University Readies 1-Day EAG Workshop

Posted On: 12/24/2018

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LONDON -- The faculty of Foundations Entertainment University will lead a comprehensive educational session on Jan. 17, 2019, the final day of EAG & VAE. Foundations Entertainment University is famous for its three-day seminar programs designed to deliver longterm success for a wide variety of location-based entertainment businesses. The curriculum addresses market and financial feasibility, planning, design, financing, development, marketing and operational management. To date, Foundations Entertainment University has presented multiple-day events in the U.S.A., UK, Russia, Ukraine and Dubai, UAE.

Foundations Entertainment University founder and owner Frank Seninsky has more than 47 years' experience in the leisure entertainment industry and has worked on more than 750 family entertainment center projects. He is president of Alpha-Omega, a group of 12 companies active in virtually every aspect of the leisure entertainment sector. Also recognized as a leading industry educator, Seninsky has led more than 420 seminars and penned more than 1,600 articles.

The Foundations Entertainment University session scheduled for the 10th anniversary of EAG has been organized with the show’s audience in mind. It will be aimed at operators of FECs, arcades, bowling, laser tag, children’s entertainment and "edutainment," indoor and adventure play, cinemas, trampoline parks, roller skating and ice rinks, "karting," amusement parks and holiday parks. The sessions will be led by industry veterans Frank Seninsky, Kevin Williams and Frank Price.

Seninsky is confident that the specially developed program will be informative and relevant: “I am very excited to be bringing a special information-packed one-day Foundations Entertainment University program to EAG International and VAE," he said, adding that the speakers plan to arrive in advance of the event in order to tour the show in order to do the best possible job.

“Incoming BACTA president James Miller of Funstation (Northampton, UK) attended our Foundations Class in Houston recently and gave a great presentation about the differences and similarities between FECs in the UK and U.S.," Seninsky explained. "James did his homework to be successful, and that’s the exact purpose of Foundations: to provide the business and marketing knowledge necessary to operate a profitable long-term FEC business."

Information about this landmark one-day program for EAG International & VAE 2019 may be found at the Foundations Education University website, foundationsuniversity.com.